How to Be a Great Financial Analyst - Good analysts consider their work to be analysis rather than reporting. They don't get lost in the details or hung up in nonmaterial issues. Instead, they delve down into numbers until they reach the "Eureka!" moment that permits them to see the big picture and guide management with valuable insights. They think like an entrepreneur and mine data from informal ...
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